Here are the most interesting stories Monday in the AFC North:
Morning take: Holmes and Roethlisberger kept the team in the news this offseason for the wrong reasons. The team was going to trade someone, and everyone knew it couldn't be the quarterback.
It appears the Cleveland Browns are looking defense in the first round of the NFL draft.
Morning take: Unless quarterback Sam Bradford somehow falls to No. 7, Cleveland should address the many needs on the defensive side of the football.
Also, could the Baltimore Ravens look at the defensive line in the draft?
Morning take: This is certainly the year to do it. There are good 3-4 linemen available throughout the draft in various rounds, which is rare.
The Cincinnati Bengals' offensive line is evolving under position coach Paul Alexander.
Morning take: Alexander's line blocked very well in the run game last season. But it must improve in pass protection for Cincinnati's offense to go to the next level.